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subcutaneous

Med situated, used, or introduced beneath the skin
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The nodules were firm, well-circumscribed, nonsuppurative, mobile subcutaneous masses, and their diameters ranged from 1-2 cm to 2-3 cm.
Warren, MD, of the University of Manchester, England, and his colleagues carried out the first double-blind, placebo-controlled study of a two-step dosing regimen of subcutaneous methotrexate in this population in research published in the Feb.
GSK noted that subcutaneous Benlysta is the second formulation of the medication to be granted FDA approval for SLE, adding to the existing intravenous (IV) formulation, which was approved in 2011 and must be administered to patients by health care professionals.
According to the company, the SCIg60 Infusion System is the only mechanical syringe infusion pump system cleared by the US FDA for use with subcutaneous immunoglobulin Hizentra, Gammagard and Shire's new Cuvitru.
Naumann et al (7) (1995) found that closure of the subcutaneous fat decreases the incidence of wound infection in obese patients.
If approved, a subcutaneous formulation of Benlysta would provide an alternative approach to treatment administration, helping to address the individual needs of lupus patients.
These data did not come from a randomized trial and so are by no means conclusive, but this is a signal that supports other data that subcutaneous methotrexate potentially puts patients into remission faster, and we know that earlier remission predicts more sustained remission," she said.
This Subcutaneous Biologics report also states import/export consumption, supply and demand Figures, cost, price, revenue and gross margins.
Subcutaneous emphysema of the upper extremity following penetrating blackthorn injury to the wrist.
Results: Sixteen patients (seven female, nine male) aged between 0-33 years who were diagnosed with primary immune deficiency and treated with subcutaneous immunoglobulin were enrolled.
Another report (10) described subcutaneous emphysema and pneumomediastinum after the intraoral C[O.
14) The needle-shaped clefts represent triglyceride crystals that are extracted during specimen processing; the crystals are derived from stearic and palmitic acids, normal components of neonatal subcutaneous adipose tissue.